: viz. κακά
, which are conceived as the enemy to be fought. Instead of αἰσχύνη
we should have expected αἰσχύνην
: it is remarkable that after his utterances in 505 d
Callicles allows himself to be again drawn into the discussion. Ἑκὼν ἀέκοντί γε θυμῷ;
For that the answer slips from him unconsciously, instead of being a willing admission, seems to follow from ἔστω σοι τοῦτο (510 a
), where his earlier disposition again becomes plain.
τοῦ ἀδικεῖν κτἑ.
: in apposition to the δυοῖν
: the following investigation takes up each of the two cases separately.